Vol 11 Issue 13, Mar 27, 2020 - Apr 02, 2020.


  • Doomsday 2012

    Doomsday 2012

    Indian space scientist and former ISRO chairman, U R Rao, rubbishes predictions of Doomsday or “Pralaya” destroying the earth in December 2012 calling it totally false, mischievous, and unfounded
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  • Crack — the whip

    Crack — the whip

    Communications Minister Kapil Sibal wants to regulate posts on Facebook and other social media network. Prasanto K Roy gives five reasons why he won’t be able to succeed in his effort 
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  • Real threat

    Real threat

    Notwithstanding Walmart’s pledge to “buy more from small and mid-sized farmers around the world,” Mahazareen Dastur cites global statistics to show how supermarket chains destroy small farmers 
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  • Turn tough

    Turn tough

    By being mentally tough, you will stand out. You alone can rise to the occasion and be a winner ultimately, says Roopleen Prasad, giving you tips on surmounting life problems
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  • Be passionate

    Be passionate

    Love what you do and do it with passion. This is the mantra for success, says Roopleen Prasad, advising you to put your heart and soul into work so that it inspires others too
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  • Media's mirror

    Media's mirror

    In a first of its kind article by a senior journalist, Sutanu Guru, holds up a mirror to the Indian media, pointing out that its claim of being objective, fair, and unbiased is just horseshit
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  • Dump the potatoes

    Dump the potatoes

    Are you carrying ‘rotten potatoes’ in your life? Get rid of them before the stink starts affecting you, and you start losing your peace of mind, says Revathi Turaga welcoming a beautiful week
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  • All the best

    All the best

    If you think ‘I can’, then you can, says Roopleen Prasad, guiding you on a path to success and helping you surmount the obstacles that come up in the form of negative thought
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  • Be a salesperson

    Be a salesperson

    Plan to work from home? Samuel Eddy lists eight basic traits you need to get cracking, and gives you tips on steering clear of pitfalls. But then you need to be a salesperson
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  • Green check

    Green check

    Sunita Narain calls the bluff of govt agencies that blame environmentalists for holding up development. Her research shows projects are being cleared in a hurry and targets have been surpassed
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  • It’s the attitude

    It’s the attitude

    What distinguishes the winner and the loser? Attitude, says Roopleen Prasad, giving you tips on adopting the right attitude, quoting successful people, including Khalil Gibran  
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  • Honey to all

    Honey to all

    Taking a cue from his mom’s adage that honey gets more flies, Samuel Eddy turns polite with everyone around for a week and watches his world transforming into a better place  
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  • Just do it

    Just do it

    If you are bogged down by self-doubt as you aspire for higher things in life, let Roopleen Prasad guide you through the road to success. But, before starting, believe in you 
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  • Mixie Grinder TV

    Mixie Grinder TV

    We are introducing an occasional column ‘Mixie-Grinder TV’, which is a spoof on events that make headlines in the national media. In the inaugural column, we have an interview with Anna Hazare
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  • Say no to greed

    Say no to greed

    Anil K Rajvanshi takes a philosophical path to explore the roots of corruption and says we need to be less greedy and follow the maxim of simple living and high thinking to curb the menace  
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  • Just do it!

    Just do it!

    The Middle Class has been lulled into complacency by Team Anna Hazare, which has promised to change India with its magical Jan Lokpal bill. Sutanu Guru offers 6 practical suggestions instead
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  • Green tips

    Green tips

    ‘Get under the shower with your spouse’ is just one of 21 different tips that Samuel Eddy offers to transform you into an eco friendly person in 21 days flat if you are ready to give it a shot
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  • Know your need

    Know your need

    You can reach your destination only if you know where you want to go, says Roopleen Prasad, offering tips on setting goals and achieving them. But then, you have to start now
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  • Lessons from the blast

    Lessons from the blast

    Retired Military Intelligence officer of the Indian Army, Col. R Hariharan takes an objective view of the Delhi blast, and wonders why there is delay in setting up the National Intelligence Grid
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  • Dealing dilemmas

    Dealing dilemmas

    Are you perpetually bogged down by the ‘to do this or that’ dilemma? Revathi Turaga offers tips to deal with the situation if you have no time to take a decision on your own
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  • Look within you

    Look within you

    Confidence lurks within you. But it has to be systematically harnessed for maximum benefit. Revathi Turaga has 10 simple tips to enjoy hot brewing cups of instant confidence
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  • Stress out stress

    Stress out stress

    Coming up with unique five-step technique to bust the six word killer, ‘stress’, Revathi Turaga guides you towards a path of happiness and helps discover ways to beat worry
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